It's the recipe taking the country by storm, a play on a classic Canadian dish that we all love. Jagmeet Singh's Punjabi poutine is a big hit with Canadians. Now people across the country are trying out his recipe for themselves and sharing their own versions of it online.\nSingh might be famous for being the leader of the federal NDPs but he's been making waves in Canada thanks to his recipe that puts a Punjabi spin on poutine.\nOn October 14, Singh posted a video of him making the now-famous Punjabi poutine and it was so popular on social media that he not only shared a video of him making it but the entire recipe too.\n"I'm blending Quebec with Punjabi background [to] do a mash-up which is going to be my take on poutine — Punjabi-Quebec style," Singh said in the video.\nThe video was shared to Singh's Twitter and Facebook on Thanksgiving Day and shows him making his Punjabi poutine for himself and an Ontario woman who won an Eat with Jagmeet contest.\nThanksgiving is a time for family, good food & one more day of early voting.So I figured this is a good time to showcase one of my favourite meals to cook when the fam gets together.Punjabi Poutine! It's like Punjabi & Quebec styles merging 🤯Happy Thanksgiving! pic.twitter.com/RfyGxV9wUz— Jagmeet Singh (@theJagmeetSingh) October 14, 2019\nAfter watching Singh's video some Canadians took to their kitchens to try it out for themselves. The consensus is that it's a great dish.\nPeople who made the dish for themselves called it "absolutely delish" and "amazing." One person even said that Singh, who inspired her to make the dish, is her "number one political man."\nTonight was a dinner conversation about politics with the kids. I decided to make this for them, something new..#punjabipoutine #JagmeetSingh #Election2019 #NDP #AndrewScheer pic.twitter.com/9PsBZfUrt4— Thomas Conolly (@Thomasjconolly) October 15, 2019\nLife update: I have made @theJagmeetSingh’s Punjabi Poutine. It’s absolutely delish. My boyfriend ate all of his in the time it took me to assemble mine. Thank you, Jagmeet! #elxn43 #canadianfusion pic.twitter.com/0lBwfQyO2n— Kathleen (@chasing_adalia) October 17, 2019\nThanksgiving sweet potatoes inspired by my number one political man, @theJagmeetSingh #punjabipoutine pic.twitter.com/WX6IaPqIbz— Tia Spookie (@Terrible_Tia) October 15, 2019\nStage Three: Complete! I finished up the sweet potatoes in the air fryer. Punjabi Poutine since and paired with a lovely iced pumpkin chai with a splash of lime 😄@theJagmeetSingh pic.twitter.com/8KyMPU5pN2— Wallyroo (@Wallyroo21) October 16, 2019\nPunjabi Poutine for dinner! Thanks @theJagmeetSingh for sharing your recipe - it’s amazing! 😋😋😋🧡🧡🧡 pic.twitter.com/aJvJgS9PwL— Kat (@Kat79039242) October 16, 2019\nSingh mentions what he uses to make his Punjabi poutine in the video he posted, but since people were asking for the exact recipe he decided to share that on Twitter too.\nHere's Singh's Punjabi Poutine recipe:\nFor the fries use sweet potatoes that are cut into cubes and saute them in a frying pan with coconut oil.\nTo make the gravy, saute onions and then add garlic, ginger and tomatoes. Then it's time to add spices to the sauce, as Singh calls it, which is a little bit of cumin, coriander, cinnamon, turmeric, cardamom, sea salt, pepper cayenne, and cloves.\nWhen the sweet potatoes are just about ready, add the cheese curds to the frying pan as well. But not just any cheese curds, it has to be "fresh cheese curds so it's still got the squeaky squeaky."\nThen pour on the gravy and you're ready to go!\nBut there is one more ingredient on Singh's list, at the end of the recipe he writes "Lots of Love." It's unclear whether that's actually supposed to go in the dish or just Singh's sign-off but it can't hurt to include it!\nLots of people are asking about the recipe, so here you go:Cube sweet potatoes & stir fry in coconut oil For the gravy, sauté onions, then add the rest of the veggies & season to tasteWhen sweet potatoes are about ready - add in cheese curds and pour on the gravy!! 🤙🏾 https://t.co/IrnkM4wC76 pic.twitter.com/PQ9xua6xcS— Jagmeet Singh (@theJagmeetSingh) October 14, 2019\nSingh showed impressive skills in the kitchen and there's no doubt he would be able to make it through Chopped Canada on his knife skills alone.\nWhile we don't think an appearance on a Food Network show will be happening, there are always other ways he could share his love of cooking with Canadians.\nNow we just have to wait and see if he'll do us all a favour and drop the official Jagmeet Singh Cookbook so Canadians can learn all his other secret recipes.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.